Featured Stories

  • Transformação


    On display until October 28th, the exhibition Transformação is curated by Vasco Águas and brings together works by Ana Rita de Albuquerque, Filipa Won, Graça Paz, Guida Fonseca, Maria Pratas, Rita Teles Garcia, Rita Sevilha and Vasco Águas.
  • The Club House

    The Club House

    This property is for sale by WiseGuys Properties, specializing in the real estate segment with historic and emblematic properties. The Club House is situated in a small village in the district of Coimbra, Portugal, 20 minutes from the Atlantic coast.

  • JYSK: nova linha de descanso

    JYSK: nova linha de descanso

    When designing a bedroom, the starting point will always be the bed, regardless of the style of decoration. The bed is the main element of the room, and we add furniture, textures, and colors around it to create the space where we will feel most relaxed and comfortable in our home.
  • Village by BOA

    Village by BOA

    The first project with the signature BOA Hotels transformed the historic Bairro do Silva in Porto, preserving and respecting the place's memory and creating a unique experience of comfort and design. 
  • The Garden House

    The Garden House

    This home is designed for effortless entertaining and relaxation, with a selection of pieces curated by expert artisans to showcase the best of Mexico City in Los Angeles. 
  • The Wonderland Park Residence

    The Wonderland Park Residence

    Originally a ranch house built in 1956, the project entails a second-floor addition and extensive remodel. The surrounding, breathtaking hills of Laurel Canyon were the main inspiration for this project. 

To Discover in The Printed Issue

  • Mona


    The House of Shila is a laboratory of emotions. The Greek studio focuses on the creation of experimental concepts of hospitality, discovering unique spaces which it converts into intimate narratives that whisk us away on sensorial voyages.  
  • Tropical Intimacy

    Tropical Intimacy

    In the search to find a new home for the family that, Ana Escárgaza and her husband found this chimerical space: a place that is welcoming, and where Art and Design merge into each other as a whole. 
  • Jacqueline


    Painter, sculptor, ceramicist, stage designer, poet and play-wright. Pablo Picasso was known for the multidisciplinary nature of his art, as well as for the many relationships he had. However, among the women in his life, there is one who stands out in particular: Jacqueline Roque, his second wife, elevated to status of muse, with whom he enjoyed a 12-year marriage, during which he rendered her in some 400 portraits. 

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